ShieldPer fess wavy abased; checky Sable and Argent and Azure, a torch Argent (gray) flamant Gules debruised by a chevron issuant from base of the last.
CrestFrom a wreath Argent and Sable, two palm fronds saltirewise Proper, superimposed by a quill Gules and a scimitar hilt to base saltirewise Or.
MottoSERVICE TO THE SOLDIER.
ShieldBlue and scarlet are the colors used for the Adjutant General's Corps. The Battalion's service in Italy during World War II is symbolized by the two wavy bands representing the Arno and Tiber Rivers, and the chevron is indicative of the mountainous terrain of northern Italy. The color scarlet alludes to the Meritorious Unit Commendation awarded the organization during World War II. The chevron is also a symbol for support, and together with the torch for guidance and the checky background for administrative processing of personnel, represents the basic mission of the organization.
CrestThe quill represents administrative excellence in fulfilling the Battalion's mission. Distinguished service in Southwest Asia during the Gulf War is denoted by the scimitar. The two palm fronds recall honorable service during World War II in Italy. Scarlet stands for courage, gold for excellence.
The coat of arms was approved on 6 June 1994. It was amended to include a crest on 2 June 1995.